Before you even think about trying to recover data from an iPhone, you should check the device’s current state. If it is in Recovery Mode, you should restore it to a usable state with a trusted backup. If it is not, you’ll have to restore it from a backup or factory settings. Check if the iPhone is in Recovery Mode or not.
How to know if your iPhone is in Recovery Mode?
If you are sure your iPhone is in data recovery Mode, there are various ways you can recover the data. Here are a few options:
- Restore from iTunes backup
- Restore from iCloud backup
- Reset to factory settings
- Try to access the data in Recovery Mode
- Connect it to the computer and run recovery mode from iTunes or iCloud
Turn on your iPhone in Recovery Mode
If your iPhone is on, but not in Recovery Mode, you can try to turn it on. To do this, hold the power and home buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds until the Apple logo appears. If you still cannot access Recovery Mode on your iPhone, you will need to restore it from a backup or factory settings.
To restore your device from a backup, follow these steps:
1) Connect the device to a computer with iTunes installed.
2) Select “Summary” > “Restore Backup.”
3) Under “Select Backup,” choose which type of backup was used.
4) Wait for the process to complete.
5) Set up your device as new (if necessary).
How to recover data from an iPhone in Recovery Mode?
If the iPhone is in Recovery Mode, you can’t do anything to recover data from the device. If it is not in Recovery Mode, you’ll need to restore the device from a backup or factory settings.
There are three ways to turn off the iPhone if it is in Recovery Mode:
- Press and hold the Power and Home buttons at the same time
- Press and hold both the Volume Down button and Home button at once
- Connect the iPhone to iTunes while holding down on those buttons too
Check if your iPhone is Okay in Recovery Mode
If your iPhone is in Recovery Mode, you will see the following screen. When the screen says “Start Over”, it means that your device is in Recovery Mode and you can try recovering data from it. When the screen says “Restore iPhone to factory settings”, you need to restore a backup or reset it to factory settings.
How to permanently delete data from iPhone in Recovery Mode
If your iPhone is in Recovery Mode and you want to permanently delete data from it, you can follow these steps:
- In Recovery Mode, go to the “General” section of your settings and tap on “Erase All Content and Settings”. This will erase all data on your device, including email addresses, messages, contacts, photos, music and documents.
- Tap on “Erase iPhone”. You’ll be asked to enter the passcode of the device if it is enabled. If this is the first time erasing the device’s contents, you’ll need to enter a passcode that was previously set up.
- When finished erasing content, select “Restore” at the bottom of General settings or press the home button to exit Recovery Mode.
The iPhone recovery mode will help you restore your device if it has crashed or broken. It is comparable to the “Recovery Mode” in iTunes and is usually found on iOS devices. It can also be used to recover data from the device, which can be helpful if you have forgotten your password or to do a clean install of the operating system.